The Judicial College of Victoria developed an initiative to provide judges with individualized assessments. “Court Craft” has two components: a 360-degree feedback survey and a tailored workshop focusing on gaps in communication skills identified through the survey. The workshop sends judges into an interactive simulated “courtroom” with other judges and two professional actors trained in providing feedback. Over four days the judges assume different roles (counsel, presiding judge) for simulated court proceedings. They receive guidance on voice projection, body language, and nonverbal communication. If requested by an individual judge, the Judicial College selects “raters” from the judge’s community to review their in-court performance after the program concludes. These evaluations are anonymous and are distributed only to the judge.